Maud @ Mirth, Marvel and Maud
London, October 2018
Some girls like football. Some boys like pink.
Everyone likes a good story.
Devised by the company
Additional text - Stewart Melton
Alexander Luttley & Charlotte Worthing
Director - Amy Draper
Dramaturg - Stewart Melton
Set & Costume Design - Katharine Heath
Lighting designer and Production Manager - Simon Booth
Producer - Jessica Cheetham
Marketing support - Nancy Carter
Production support - Ross Drury & Courtney Chapman
Original music and lyrics by Darren Clarke
"Princess Charming’ at The Ovalhouse is an absolute gem of a show.
– West End Wilma
"What Spun Glass Theatre has done is give children, every child, a voice. It is pertinent and powerful, but most of all it’s extremely fun! Princess Charming teaches kids (and adults) that they can just be themselves."
– A Younger Theatre
A hilarious, touching and truthful performance with a powerful message.“ – Female Arts
Exploring gender stereotypes in a fun, questioning way, Princess Charming is a celebration of being exactly who you are. This show is for anyone who doesn’t like being told what to do and is about finding the courage to defy expectations.
Spun Glass Theatre’s cabaret performers explore what really matters about being a boy and being a girl with dances, songs and skits created with children, for children.
The theatre is transformed into a family-friendly cabaret club full of laughter and sing-a-longs. At the end, there is a chance to join in too as we give over the stage to the next generation of cabaret stars.